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This is the 5.2 channel receiver which is equipped with equipped Dolby Vision improved scaling. The unit has Denon AVR-S540BT has a pair of analog and digital inputs and two outputs for a subwoofer. The output supports 4K video and HDCP 2.2. Three of the HDMI inputs support HDCP 2.2, HLG, HDR, BT.2020, and 4: 4: 4 color sampling. The receiver has an outgoing power of 70 W/channel at 8 Ohms, while the competitor, in this Denon AVR-S540BT vs Yamaha RX-V385 comparison, has 70 W/channel at 6 Ohms. The difference in capacity is THD, which is 0.08% versus 0.09%, respectively.
Yamaha RX-V385 is a 5.1 model, which is compatible with 4K Ultra HD, HDR and Dolby Vision videos. Its Bluetooth receiver allows wireless listening from a smartphone or a computer. Yamaha RX-V385 is equipped with a high-quality DAC and the possibility of stereo bi-amplification. Dolby Digital and Dolby TrueHD multichannel formats are supported. In addition, the Yamaha RX-V385 amplifier is compatible with DTS, DTS 24/96 and DTS HD Master Audio formats. RX-V385 is delivered with a Y.P.A.O calibration microphone, in order to adjust the sound reproduction of the speakers to the characteristics of the listening room.
The Denon AVR-S540BT is better receiver in this comparison - check Denon AVR-S540BT price.